General FACT SHEET COVID-19 Emergency Declaration (PDF) FEMA
Note: FEMA assistance will be provided at a 75% Federal cost share.
Private Non-Profit Eligibility (PDF) FEMA
Spreadsheets - will download to your computer
Janesville City Manager Mark Freitag and Finance Director Max Gagin discussed their process for tracking expenses during the pandemic on the June 16 Roundtable call. See their spreadsheet here
Template General Spreadsheet with helpful hints, including lost revenue and tabs (Excel) City of Waukesha
Equipment Summary (Excel) FEMA
Labor Summary (Exel) FEMA
Material Summary (Excel) FEMA
Fringe Benefit Calculations (Excel) FEMA
Rental Summary (Excel) FEMA
March 20, 2020 - Several Finance Directors have also recommended tracking lost revenues. For example parks and recreation program income.
Expenditure Restraint Program
Q: Will municipalities that buy additional supplies and make other unanticipated expenditures in 2020 associated with responding to the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic and the national and state declared public health emergencies jeopardize their eligibility to receive expenditure restraint program (ERP) payments in 2021?
A: No. The Expenditure Restraint Program law (Wis. Stat. § 79.05(2)(c)) expressly exempts unreimbursed expenses related to an emergency declared under Wis. Stat. § 323.10 from the ERP spending limits. Governor Evers’ Executive Order #72, declaring a health emergency in response to the COVID-19 Coronavirus, expressly states that the emergency is being declared under authority provided by Wis. Stats. § 323.10. Therefore, unreimbursed expenses associated with providing unanticipated health and safety services in response to the Coronavirus pandemic are exempt from the ERP spending limit. We anticipate that DOR will at some point publish guidance on this issue and how best to document unreimbursed expenses related to the Coronavirus public health emergency. March 13, 2020